After reboot, with the device connected, the device should connect and use the driver you installed in Step 1. The device will show up in Windows Device Manager as \"Datalogic USBLAN Adapter #1\" or similar.If you do an 'ipconfig' on your Windows 7/8 box from a command prompt, you will a new adapter similar to this:
When you connect the scanner to the USB port, Windows will try to install this as an HID, but it takes an unusually long time, about 7-8 seconds, to start up the device and install the drivers and comes up as unknown device in windows \"devices and printers\" And the hand scanner is not working.
when configuring the barcode scanner, I need to choose whether the device will use USB KBD interface, meaning that the device will be detected by Windows as a USB keyboard.The driver you are referring to is if you choose to configure the barcode scanner as a virtual COM port over USB. for example, POS systems.
For all systems, the correct USB driver for the default USB-KBD interface is included in the host operating system and will either be loaded or cancel or will be unwrapped by the OS and Should Therefore be selected from the dialg box (the first time only)
I have also tried to put the barcode scanner to the USB-COM interface mode and installed the drivers as you point out,The barcode scanner is a bit easier to establish contact with the PC but it dosn't handle it everytime i test to plug un the usb cable int to the computer. 153554b96e